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8:59 AM EDT on October 22, 2014

    • Queens Council Members Back Woodhaven BRT: More Coverage From NY1AMNYTL
    • Manhattan CB 7 Members See Car-Free Central Park as a Way to Ease Bike/Ped Conflicts (DNA)
    • Meanwhile, the Only Solution in the New York Post Is to Demonize Cyclists (1, 2)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures 93-Year-Old Man; Arrested for DWI and Suspended License (NY1)
    • Police Arrest Wrong-Way Dollar Van Driver After He Injures Officers (Bklyn Daily)
    • Cy Vance: Mechanical Problem to Blame for Times Square Tour Bus That Jumped Curb (NY1, WCBS)
    • Harlem Residents Worried About Dangerous Traffic, Lack of Enforcement on 125th Street (Uptowner)
    • More Coverage of DiNapoli's Warning About MTA Capital Program Debt (News, Post, WNYC, CapNY)
    • AT&T Competition Yields Apps for Drowsy Drivers, "Distracted" Walkers (WPIX, WCBS)
    • Broken Windows: Traffic Stop Leads to Queens Village Drug Bust (NY1, Post)
    • A Trip Down Prince Street Shows DOT "Safety Managers" Useless for Actual Street Safety (Bklyn Spoke)

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